This type of product has special requirements for international logistics!

Procedure for consignment handling: consignment of less than truckload goods(1) To handle the transportation of less than truckload goods, the shipper shall fill out the “Automobile Less than truckload Freight Transport Waybill”. The waybill must be filled out with clear handwriting.If the shipper voluntarily insures the goods against automobile cargo transportation insurance or insured transportation, it should be indicated in the waybill.The special terms specified by the shipper shall take effect upon the agreement of the carrier and the signature and seal of both parties.International logistics(2) The packaging of less than truckload goods must comply with the regulations and requirements of the country and transportation departments. For goods that do not meet packaging standards and requirements, the shipper should improve the packaging. For goods that will not cause pollution or damage to transportation equipment and other goods, if the shipper insists on the original packaging, the shipper should indicate in the “Special Matters” column that they are responsible for any possible damage caused by this.(3) When consigning dangerous goods, their packaging should strictly comply with the “Highway Dangerous Goods Transport Rules” issued by the Ministry of Transport; According to the agreement between the two parties, the transportation of items that are prone to pollution, damage, decay, and freshness must strictly comply with the provisions of the agreement.(4) Dangerous, prohibited, restricted or valuable items are not allowed to be carried in ordinary less than truckload cargo.(5) For less than truckload goods that are prohibited or restricted by government regulations, as well as those that require public security, health quarantine, or other transportation permits, the consignor shall submit relevant certificates at the same time.(6) When consigning, the consignor should attach a unified cargo label with a transport number at both ends of each piece of goods. Goods that require special loading and unloading, stacking, and storage should be clearly marked with storage and transportation instructions, and indicated in the “Special Matters” column of the waybill.

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